Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins participated in a Q&A panel for Wizard World Philly yesterday. You can check out the full video above, and highlights below.

- Rollins said there might have been a little friendly competition among injured WWE Superstars to see who could come back from injury first. He says that everyone knows that John Cena is a "mutant."

- He says he wanted to be back by WrestleMania, but wasn't going to come back unless he was 100 percent. He's glad to be back on live events.

- Spending time with his family was one of the positives in being injured, as well as being able to watch football from his own couch on Sundays. He says that he hasn't had that opportunity for several years.

- A little kid asks why he has Triple H's finish when Tyler Black had a bunch of great moves. Rollins asks the kid how old he is. Rollins says the less he does to make people like him, the better he's doing his job. He says there are two guys in WWE history to use the move, and the other one did well for himself.

- A fan brings up CM Punk saying that wrestlers are handed a script as opposed to bullet points. Rollins says he doesn't know how the fan is so in tune with what is going backstage, because he's never seen him backstage. He says it's a point of preference, but the best guys in history are the ones who can do them both. The fan jokes that he works in catering.

- Rollins says there was no discussion of ever adding a member to the Shield, male or female, and that he would squash if it ever happened, because he wants it to just be himself, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose. Rollins said that if a female member had to be added, Paige, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, and the NXT girls had the same attitude.

- Rollins would rather feud with AJ Styles than tag with him, and thinks we'll see those matches very soon, and is his ideal WrestleMania opponent because he looked up AJ Styles videos non-stop as a child. A fan asks about Finn Balor, and Rollins said that it would happen eventually.

- He doesn't care who he faces, he wants to be in the main event of WrestleMania.

- A fan asks if the positive fan reaction to Rollins upsets him because he's heel. He says there was a lot of truth in his return promo because people called him a weak champion before he got hurt, then missed him when he was gone. He says it's still nice to feel appreciated.

- The Shield's first match in WWE at TLC 2012 is one of his favorites, and their matches with the Wyatts were always good. He also cites two Dean Ambrose matches (Money in the Bank & Hell in a Cell) and his Sting match as a couple of favorites.

- Rollins says that being the first NXT Champion was a big deal to him, and asks if we could imagine Jinder Mahal as the first happen, before saying "Don't hinder Jinder."

- Rollins says he saw the writing on the wall a couple of months before the Royal Rumble in Philly about how the city would respond to Roman Reigns and thought it would carry over to WrestleMania. He knew he would perform well against Cena and Lesnar, and the most opportune time to cash in would be at the end of WrestleMania. He says he put his two cents in and got the spot.

- He's afraid of spiders, but he's never been too terrified in wrestling outside of standing on top of Hell in a Cell.

- Rollins says he's a big fan of Adam Cole, and that he's a great talent.

- He never thought about what he would do after wrestling, but he kind of just wants to disappear and get a house with chickens and become Daniel Bryan and get a composting toilet.

- He loves that the Divas Championship became the Women's Championship, and says that women's wrestling is evolving. He also can't wait to see Bayley up on the main roster. He wants women to push it to the point to where they're main eventing. Rollins says he considered Sasha Banks vs. Bayley the main event of NXT Takeover: Brooklyn.

- Rollins said that his biggest fear at WrestleMania 31 is that he wouldn't get to cash in because Lesnar and Reigns didn't have time cues. He said he's never ran that fast in his entire life.

- Rollins said that he misses J&J Security, and he will never turn his back on them. He says Joey Mercury has been an advocate all along, but Jamie Noble was harder to win over.

- He says sharing his experiences and goals with Roman and Dean were important to him, because success isn't as fun when it's on your own.

- Rollins says you can 'never say never' about the Curb Stomp coming back.

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